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Second graders get sendoff

Second graders get sendoff

June 23, 2017

Ryder Elementary participated in congratulating and sending off the second graders as they will begin the next step in their journey in September. The second graders met with Mr. Kelly for one final time in the gym, while the remaining students and staff lined the halls to give them a clap-off and high fives as […]

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Hantho earns full ROTC scholarship

Hantho earns full ROTC scholarship

June 22, 2017

C-R’s Noah Hantho has earned a full Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps scholarship to the University of Pittsburgh. The scholarship was awarded for Noah’s academic and athletic abilities, as well as his display of leadership potential. “I was a little stunned,” said Noah, who had also applied for a Naval ROTC scholarship.   “I have always […]

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Students build resumes and financial security

Students build resumes and financial security

June 20, 2017

Students in Mr. Weiss’ and Mrs. Pugh’s Economic Classes were fortunate to have two excellent speakers engage them about the importance of resume building and financial security during this past semester. Ronald Pleban from SUNY Cobleskill Center for Student Success and Kevin Smith from Fenimore Asset Management discussed these topics. “What are you going to […]

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Students help Jack escape the giant

Students help Jack escape the giant

June 20, 2017

If Jack from “Jack and the Beanstalk” had a parachute, he would be able to get away from that giant pretty quickly, right? Mrs. Ullman and Mrs. Thaxter’s class created parachutes for Jack and dropped him from the third story of Radez Elementary. This fun activity was also a STEM activity.  Students were told the giant […]

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Ryder summer reading list

Ryder summer reading list

June 20, 2017

When you are relaxing poolside, sunbathing at the beach, or in between innings at the ball game….don’t forget to bring along a great book! Reading over the summer is important to keep your mind sharp and to keep your imagination alive through the hot summer months away from school. Click here for the Ryder summer […]

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Radez takes second place in statewide maple syrup contest

Radez takes second place in statewide maple syrup contest

June 13, 2017

A team of Radez Elementary students led by Librarian Laura Gagnon recently took second place in the inaugural Schoolyard Sugaring: Maple Syrup Contest. In this contest, held by the New York Agriculture in the Classroom and the New York State Maple Foundation, students and teachers were exposed to the time, patience, and science it takes […]

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STRIVE busts stress, builds teamwork with bubble soccer

STRIVE busts stress, builds teamwork with bubble soccer

June 12, 2017

Thanks to a C-R Education Foundation grant the high school STRIVE program was able to build life skills and have fun playing bubble soccer. The entire STRIVE program (18 students) and their teachers, counselors and administrators spent two periods with Joe Urschel from JMU4Kids. “Our goal was to ‘take a break’ and also mentally prepare […]

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Excelsior Scholarship applications available now, deadline July 21

Excelsior Scholarship applications available now, deadline July 21

June 8, 2017

Excelsior Scholarship provides tuition-free degree programs for New Yorkers  This year, Governor Cuomo and the New York State Legislature enacted the nation’s first tuition-free degree program, the Excelsior Scholarship.The Scholarship is making college possible for hundreds of thousands of students across the state and helping to alleviate the crushing burden of student debt. A college […]

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C-RHS student helping sick children sleep a little easier

C-RHS student helping sick children sleep a little easier

June 7, 2017

Britney Merwin is on her way to becoming a pediatric oncologist, but in the meantime she’s making the lives of children with cancer a little brighter by giving them hand-made pillow cases. Britney’s community service project for her Participation in Government class at C-RHS was to make pillowcases for Ryan’s Case for Smiles. The organization’s […]

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Board approves feasibility study for Maranatha property

June 7, 2017

The Cobleskill-Richmondville Board of Education approved feasibility and environmental studies related the possible purchase of the Maranatha Family Center in Warnerville when they met on Monday night, June 5. The studies will help the board determine the feasibility of moving both the transportation and maintenance departments into one centrally located facility within the district. The […]

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